Answer: Although peppers are considered perennial in warm climates, you should be happy with 3 years. I only get one season here in Duval County. Peppers gradually quit producing when they have been in the same spot for a long time. When you plant peppers againmove them to a different area. There are many diseases that build up in soil where the same crop has been for a long time. Also, hybrids may not be as long-lived as true species peppers.
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